Springville Days Inn
Travel Blogs from Springville
... in Ogden and had a walk down the main road as there was a Harvest Festival in progress. We bought smoothies to cool us down. We walked around some huge train engines down a the Ogden railway. They aren't in use anymore. We couldn't get over the size of them. The plan then was to drive to Heber City and get there before dark. Ha. We got lost twice and the adults all ended up in a frustrated mood. Rolled up to the first ...
... for Grandma. It was definitely well worth it. Family time in the car was good (thanks to the DVD), we were able to get in a few family pictures, entertainment and food were top-notch, I learned a few new Filipino jokes and the kids got to meet Uncle Rojo. All of this made it an enjoyable trip.
But, all of that was second tier compared to the expression on Grandma's face when she saw her favorite son come ...
... I only had 2 pieces.
We had enough Filipino jokes to make Grandpa Taba happy.
Only thing missing was Uncle Paul, Uncle Joey and their families. Maddy was on a mission so she was excused. A pot of Grandma's spanish rice and a few lumpias wouldn't have been bad.
!!Happy Birthday Grandma!!
P.S. Has anyone seen Dante or Matix in the last 8 hours?
P.S.S. Will Chloe ever let me hold her?
After putting the trip off for three weeks, we are finally out of here. My quest to get "the picture" of colorado's rocky mountains begins. My Prius is packed up; mom, dad, Emma and I are out of here. First stop - Telluride, Colorado where we will be meeting Adam, Becky and ...
... done with the kids school, craft projects, kitchen baking (she really misses baking), etc.
For me, it’s the smell of wood smoke in these small Utah towns, seeing more pickup trucks with motorbikes in the back, and the alluring idea of having some time in my 1,000 square foot shop. Shop time… YES! Is that selfish of me?
Home is calling us. PS, this puppy cruises at 75mpg with no problem thanks to the new tires!